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Duration 2015/05/10 More than 2,000 people were fleeing their homes as Typhoon Noul struck the northern Philippines 10 May 2015, triggering warnings of possible flash floods, landslides and tsunami-like storm surges. Country or District Philippines (the) Name Typhoon
Headline(Source, Date) Personal Injury Material Damage Others Government of the Philippines 2015/05/11 Killed: 2
Pre-emptively evacuated: 3,803
- Government of the Philippines 2015/05/11
NDRRMC Update: SitRep No. 08 re Preparedness Measures and Effects for Typhoon \"DODONG\" (NOUL)
- Reuters 2015/05/11
Heavy rains and strong winds flattened houses on coastal areas as typhoon Noul crashed into the northeastern tip of the Philippines, killing two people and prompting more than 3,000 residents to move to shelters.
- AFP 2015/05/10
More than 1,680 people in Cagayan have already been evacuated from coastal villages.
Geographycal Data Information
- Pacific Disaster Center 2015/05/10
Tropical Cyclone Noul - Estimated Impacts Warning 29, 10 May 2015 0300 UTC
Emergency Relief Information
Urgent Report from Supporting Members of the Asian Disaster Reduction Center